12 Ingredients to Avoid in Beauty Products

Cosmetic safety: here are the rules for a natural beauty, safe and aware. Also on the subject of beauty we have to be very careful about what is contained in the products we put on our skin, which must be effective, moisturizing, nourishing, anti-aging, but above all, sure!

In recent years came out new campaigns to sensitize women to the awareness of beauty products that use: spread a new way to get belle, respecting and not polluting the environment and without risking the animals. The green cosmetics and herbal medicine are increasingly growing, for a new green trend.=

There is an ingredient in particular that has begun a major battle: the micro-granules, which are tiny plastic particles found in scrub and Exfoliating. Are killing the skin, being a concentration of harmful chemicals that enter our body. Choose instead, natural exfoliants such as rice, lotus seeds, kernel, argan, rosehip and pumice powder, oatmeal or, as our grandmothers used to, table salt.
We see the 12 ingredients to avoid in beauty products and then what to look for on the label to a knowledgeable and ethical shopping:

Silicones (cover the skin by preventing the natural function of this organ)
Mineral oils (petroleum products, tend to clog the skin)
Parabens (can cause hormonal imbalances)
GM ingredients (do not know enough about the impact of long term use)
Which (toxic impact on the lives of men and animals)
Propylene glycol (petroleum), expressed as Pg found in products for make-up, hair, lotions, aftershave, deodorant, mouthwash, toothpaste
Animal testing (and cruel)
DEA (diethanolamine, triethanolamine, often indicated on the label as Cocamide monoethanolamine and Lauramide: are (known chemical compounds to form nitrates and nitrosamines cause cancer, agents)
EDTA – (powerful metal chelate) and not readily biodegradable
Acrylates (petroleum)
Nano-(do not know enough about the impact of long term use)
BHT (antioxidant doubt toxicological profile and the potential irritation on skin and mucous membranes at higher concentrations)